3 Adagi per l'Elevazione (Petrali, Vincenzo)

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Editor First edition ? (reprint)
Publisher. Info. (Milano: Riuniti Stabilimenti Musicali), n.d.(ca.1880).
Reprinted Biblioteca classica dell'organista 9
Vincenzo Petrali, Musiche per organo, Fasc. II.
Brescia: Paideia Editrice, 1982.
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Editor Otto Gauß (1877-1970) and others*
Publisher. Info. Orgel-Kompositionen aus alter und neuer Zeit (Vol.4)
Regensburg: Alfred Coppenrath's Verlag (H. Pawelek), 1910. Plate IV.
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Publisher. Info. Essen: Christoph Lahme, 2010. Version 1.0 (2010/11/20)
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General Information

Work Title 3 Adagi per l'Elevazione
Alternative. Title
Composer Petrali, Vincenzo
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 3 Pieces
  1. Andante (E minor / E major)
  2. Andante (A major)
  3. Andante (A major)
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Organ

Misc. Comments

  • Published by Riuniti Stabilimenti Musicali Milano (1862?). This publisher information appears at Orgel-Kompositionen aus alter und neuer Zeit (Vol.4). Regensburg: Alfred Coppenrath's Verlag (H. Pawelek), 1910. Plate IV, where no.1. is published. Perhaps it's the same publisher as in Petrali's Messa solenne - Giovanni Martinenghi?